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Israeli Military Intelligence Chief Resigns over Oct. 7 Attack

HeadlineApr 22, 2024

In other news from the region, Israel’s chief of military intelligence has resigned. Major General Aharon Haliva is the first senior Israeli official to resign over Hamas’s October 7 attack on Israel. In his resignation letter, Haliva wrote, “The intelligence directorate under my command did not live up to the task we were entrusted with.” He also called for a state commission to investigate intelligence failures prior to October 7. Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid praised Haliva’s decision to resign and called on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to follow suit.

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